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Went through my hives on the farm today. The swarm I caught was still in the nuc box all 5 frames of foundation drawn out and most had eggs in. Moved them into a hive. The other 2 hives are on their third super and have masses of brood this is one frame.

Really pleased with the way they are laying.
 

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If you look really carefully Veg she has missed a cell.
I think the best thing you can do is carefully send her to me so i can run her in one of my hives for the rest of the summer and check her out for you properly !!
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Most of the ones that look empty did in fact have larvae in bee-smillie
 

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Veg,

That would be ten days for a swarm in a standard National nuc box? So not a particularly large swarm? Even a small medium?

No wonder it was full!! A few days time and they will all look like that frame above.

A description might help the new beeks with caught swarms.

Regards, RAB
 

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